ENT opening in New Mexico
Located in Silver City, NM
100 miles to Las Cruces; 240 miles to Albuquerque; 200 miles to Tucson, AZ
Seeking BC/ BE Otolaryngologist in the beautiful Land of Enchantment!
Come practice in an environment where physicians are appreciated and rewarded for dedication and hard work by the community and hospital administration. Top of the line benefits package and compensation! Join our multispecialty clinic network, and operate at the state-of-the-art Surgical Center of the Southwest, featuring six operating rooms, six pre-op rooms, a Cysto room and a separate admitting area for surgical patients. Silver City is an iconic southwest town centered on family, education, community and culture. Silver City offers multiple practice opportunities with a fantastic work / life balance.
- Medical center is not-for profit, county-owned 68 bed hospital with a community Board of Trustees
- We are the only acute-care facility in a 100-mile radius
Hospital will build your ideal practice model, whether you prefer private practice or employment! Our dedicated staff will gladly assist you in choosing the best option for your practice, so you can connect to the community right away. Medical Center is setting a course to be the best rural hospital in the country, come be a part of the team!
About Silver City:
Silver City enjoys over 300 days of sunshine each year with bright blue skies, cool nights and fresh air. Deer roaming through town, no traffic, no pollution, and very low crime make Silver City an ideal place to live. Grant County is known for having the darkest skies in North America, the star gazing here is incredible. Nestled at the foothills of the Gila Wilderness at just above 5,600 feet, Silver City is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Combined with great food and awe inspiring art, Silver City may be just the adventure you were looking for.
- Named as one of America's top 20 small towns.
- Norman Ford, in his recent book, 50 Healthiest Places to Live and Retire, gave the historic community a high rating, primarily due to climate, elevation, terrain and "lack of urban stress."